Bridle Creek is a 31-acre fenced riparian habitat located behind the Community Campus at the base of Sanders Mesa. 

Contact  |  Holli Diehl  |  928.830.9468  |

Hours  |  5:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m

Location |

Rules and Guidelines

Bridle Creek is a habitat enhancement area. Any activities that damage vegetation or disturb wildlife are harmful to the health of the environment and are prohibited. Please respect the plants and animals and leave the area the way you found it for other visitors to enjoy.

Area Rules:

  • No camping or overnight use of the area. Area hours are 5 – 10 p.m.
  • Fires of any kind are prohibited and please dispose of cigarettes properly to avoid starting fires
  • No dumping of trash or yard waste
  • No firearms of any kind are allowed, including the carbon dioxide cartridge type such as paint ball guns and air soft guns.
  • No hunting
  • Keep dogs on leash at all times
  • No motorized vehicles of any sort. Traffic in the area is limited to foot traffic and bicycles on designated trails.
  • Please stay on the designated trails when using the area. Travelling off the trails can cause damage to sensitive vegetation.
  • Please respect any enhancement projects that are going on in the area. Leave any unknown materials the way you found them and contact the Sheriff’s department and the number below with any concerns.

The area may be approved for use by educational groups or for special events.